my annual mashed potatoes 👩🏼🍳🥔💯 I make mine dairy free - adding unsweetened almond milk and lactose free sour cream until potatoes are smooth and creamy! I add chopped chives as well, and salt & pepper to taste 😋💕
We are very excited to be part of the pop up Etsy collection @batmanmarket tomorrow 10-6pm we have our Emmy's gift bags, apothecary jars, tea flasks & gift packs at our best prices yet🍃come on down and kick start your Chrissy shopping✨
🐽 Why are you bloated 🐽 @marcinevin
With all these posts on gut health I’ve been doing lately, I’m getting lots of messages from people who are telling me that they are always bloated. Ugh, I know the struggle and it is not fun. Not only is bloating uncomfortable, but it can be a legit cause of insecurity.
😅Back before I knew anything about this stuff, my diet was filled with dairy and grains, I chewed gum all day long, and I added Splenda to just about everything. Needless to say I walked around most days looking and feeling like I was 6 months pregnant. No fun. But once I eliminated most of these offenders, I soon started feeling better. If bloating is something you struggle with, look to see if any of these foods are staples in your diet.
🍼Dairy intolerance is incredibly common. Many people don’t have the enzyme to break down lactose, the sugar in milk, which results in gas and a distended gut. If you can’t live without dairy, try using grass fed yogurt, hard cheeses, or even dairy from goats or sheep.
🍚Grains, like oats, rice, and bread, and legumes, like beans, lentils and peanuts, can be a good source of fiber, but they can wreak havoc on your digestion. Try getting your fiber instead from well cooked veggies, some fruit, and sweet potatoes.
🌲I love me some vegetables, but I try eat them cooked as often as possible. Raw veggies, especially cruciferous ones like broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and brussels sprouts, are hard for the body to break down, which will lead to bloating.
🍔FODMAPS stands for fermentable oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols. These are types of carbs which can’t be broken down in the small intestine and instead ferment (causing gas) in the large intestine. High FODMAP foods are things like dairy, grains, apples, avocado, onions, and garlic. I’d suggest googling to see which foods might be causing you trouble, as some people aren’t intolerant to all of them.
🍭Artificial sweeteners and sugar alcohols can’t be completely absorbed in the digestive system, also leading to fermentation. If you need to sweeten something, try natural sugars or something like stevia. .
¡ADIÓS DIGESTIONES PESADAS!
Te presentamos nuestra última incorporación: Proteína de arroz ecológico, germinado y fermentado.
Esta no es una proteína de arroz estándar. Se produce mediante una fermentación enzimática a baja temperatura (crudivegana) de arroz integral germinado. En el proceso, se utiliza el endosperma, la capa del arroz y el germen del arroz para obtener un perfil de aminoácidos de gran calidad.
Además tiene un sabor delicioso, de modo que incluso se puede tomar sola con agua. Esto la hace perfecta para aquellas personas que buscan batidos de proteínas bajos en kcal, que quieran perder grasa o sencillamente con un sabor dulce (pero sin azúcar ni edulcorantes poco saludables, ya que está edulcorada con stevia) y muy rico.
Al ser arroz germinado y fermentado tiene unas digestiones perfectas.
A mucha gente no le sienta bien la proteína de guisante o de soja porque es una legumbre y le produce gases, inflamación abdominal o molestias estomacales, especialmente personas con mucho estrés (a las cuales les recomendamos también que tomen nuestra ashwagandha, les ayudará MUCHO) o que sufran de colon irritable y otros problemas digestivos.
Esto se acabó con nuestra proteína de arroz de BeGreen.
Si sufres de digestiones pesadas o gases, esta es tu proteína vegana.
Las tenemos en sabor vainilla, chocolate y natural. Ahora con 5€ de descuento, ¡solo hasta mañana!
Já ouviu falar?
Grande parte da população sofre com problemas gastrointestinais (flatulência excessiva, inchaço abdominal, diarreia, constipação ou síndrome do intestino irritável) o que são situações frequentemente relacionadas com a má digestão de alguns alimentos.
FODMAP é um conjunto de alimentos fementáveis que são mal absorvidos pelo nosso organismo, causando esses desconfortos.
Nesses casos, o auxílio de um profissional habilitado é fundamental para ajudar na melhora dos sinais e sintomas do paciente. 🚻👍 #nutricao#Fodmaps
IBS FEELS TODAY! READ BELOW👇
This photo makes me happy & makes me smile because it was taken while I was in a state of pure happiness on a weekend away not long ago. Unfortunately today I did not feel this happy or look like this photo. My IBS decided to muck around with my body & take complete control. I woke up with an extremely bloated stomach which has been cramping up all day. And what warranted this? A lunch out with my girlfriends last weekend where I had some white wine & a meal that had garlic in it. Going out to eat causes me a lot of anxiety as I don't have adequate control over the ingredients in my meals, or often I have to choose a pretty bland option that is low FODMAP, so I do limit going out. However, I still need to enjoy my life + food makes me VERY happy so I will occasionally go all out to enjoy, I just have to acknowledge the repercussions & that's life. I've completely accepted that IBS will forever impact my life & it's not always going to be smooth sailing. The majority of the time I feel well & healthy but there are still days that my IBS breaks me. Every single day I work hard to ensure I'm doing everything in my power to manage my IBS so I don't feel sick, however this becomes very tiring & stressful day in & day out so I therefore have my "off" days. This is not a post for sympathy, I'm only wanting to share how I'm currently feeling in case anyone else can relate or is having a similar struggle today. The one & only thing that made me happy today was exercising (even though I did not feel like moving from bed) so just keep in mind if you are contemplating exercise, think about the mental benefits, they are magical!!!!
It's almost always easier to add something new to your lifestyle, rather than taking something away. Your challenge is to think positive, and come up with one simple action you can take to better your health. Start small (really small!) and simple, because these goals are the easiest to achieve. And achieving your goals feels good!
Stuck for ideas? Maybe you could add in a short walk after work, an extra serve of veges with your dinner, an earlier bed time or a big glass of water first thing in the morning. The possibilities are endless!
Once you've turned one of these actions into a habit, add another, and you'll see that the positive actions start to add up.
Remember that Rome wasn't built in a day, but getting into the habit of making choices that support your health and wellbeing will set you on the right track!
Make sure you share your ideas in the comments.
The recipe for my tuna cakes is finally up on the blog! Link in my bio.
I love taking simple ingredients and making something delicious. These tuna cakes make the perfect "I have nothing to eat, but want something besides scrambled eggs" dinner.
Lightly spiced sponge, fluffy vanilla buttercream, a generous drizzle of salted caramel, all finished off with crushed hazelnuts. This recipe is a decadent one, but with the dark nights drawing in and autumn in full swing, it’s a dream to curl up on the sofa with and perfect to rustle up for a celebration. Recipe now up on the blog! Link in bio // PS thank you for all the lovely comments today 😚 #fodmapfriendly#fodmapfriendlykitchen#thanksgiving
Good morning lovely people. Today is the day! 🎉🎉 After being pushed back a few weeks due to demand (😘) The FODMAP Friendly Kitchen is now out in America and Canada! Here it is lounging seductively on my new farmhouse table 🙌🙌 and you can buy your copy from @amazon @booksamillion @barnesandnoble @chaptersindigo Amazon CA and all other good book stores! The BIGGEST thank you to all who helped make this happen! @fodmapfriendlyfoodprogram #happygut
What is your favorite nut❓❓ I've been really into walnuts lately! It's so easy to throw a few handfuls in a nonstick pan, roast until they start browning, and then sprinkle on stevia to finish! I've been using roasted walnuts as toppings for our dinner salads lately. I highly recommend it!
I get asked a lot what I eat on a daily basis and here is one example! This week’s lunch is salad with cucumbers, tuna and my favorite dressing. This dressing is gluten, sugar and dairy free and I LOVE it!
Been taking with a doctor all morning and we are going to start really watching my gut and testing me for either IBS or Leaky gut. Neither sound fun but I am happy to be going somewhere with these issues!
No students today or tomorrow so my team and I are getting a lot done!
two new FODMAP travel posts up on the blog 📍Hoi An, Vietnam 🇻🇳 (LINK IN BIO) and there’s a shorter post on Hanoi/Ninh Binh up as well! My Hoi An post is my longest yet - mainly because we were stuck indoors for the entire time due to a typhoon. Vietnamese food is probably my favourite type of cuisine so I really wasn’t complaining about doing nothing but eating for 8 days straight! Whether you are traveling to Vietnam, or want to know what to order at your local Vietnamese restaurant, this post is for you! This trip in particular was spent visiting friends, so I haven’t included travel info or suggestions. I have done more traveling in Vietnam a couple of years ago, so if you have any specific questions - feel free to send me a DM ♥️ xxxx
Only 35 days till Christmas✨We have the perfect stocking fillers for all your #fodmapfriends not to mention our limited addition tea lover gift trays💝mention at checkout you are Insta friends & receive a calico gift bag valued at $10🍃